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Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) has now become a market demand, as it is a set of standards used by investors to evaluate corporate behavior on non-financial aspect which includes sustainable, ethical and corporate governance issues. Environment reflects how a company performs their stewardship, social reflects how they manage relationship with employees, suppliers, costumers and community, while governance reflects their leadership. The three components are essential to help corporation embrace sustainability.


Are you eager to be a champion in Corporate Sustainability? Come and join us in this occasional workshop conducted by Indonesia Global Compact Network (IGCN) and Shift UK, a leader in UN guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs), and supported byIndonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN Indonesia).

Who can attend?

  1. One representative from each company
  2. Managers and above levels
  3. Human Resources, Sustainability, Legal/Compliance, Operations, Investment Relations, and other related positions
  4. Commercial businesses that has done some sustainability / CSR reporting that includes human rights issues, or who need to start doing some human rights-related reporting.
  5. Both large corporations and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
  6. NOT business consultancies (whether with a broad business focus or with a specific sustainability focus)



[Day 2]


This workshop will have a follow-up session aims to accommodate the participants from Day 1,who are interested in furthering knowledge on the subject from the experts and the leaders in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs), Shift UK.​


This session is strictly limited upon approval with a first-come first-serve basis.



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Learn more and get equipped to be advanced in contributing to the company's sustainability!



*This event will be conducted in English

*Interpretation service in Bahasa Indonesia is available upon request

Agenda

9

00AM

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9

10AM

Opening Speech

Yaya W JunardyRakhmat Junaidi

9

10AM

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11

00AM

Session 1: The Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights

Examine the foundations of business and human rights, globally and within the Indonesian context.

11

00AM

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11

15AM

11

15AM

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1

00PM

Session 2: Identifying and Prioritizing Salient Human Rights Issues

How to prioritize human rights risks, using the concept of salient human rights, rooted in the UN Guiding Principles’ expectation that companies prioritize the most severe potential impacts to people.

1

00PM

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2

00PM

2

00PM

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3

30PM

Session 3: Implementing the Responsibility to Respect Human Rights

Delve further into the key elements of the responsibility to respect human rights through an examination of how to establish an effective human rights due diligence process, supported by interactive sessions and practical tools to reinforce learning.

3

30PM

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3

45PM

3

45PM

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5

15PM

Session 4: Human Rights Disclosure

Focus on a core element of the human rights due diligence process (communication), with a specific emphasis on the formal communication process of disclosure.

5

15PM

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5

30PM

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